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Organisations Collection

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The Barry lifeboat RNLB Rachel and Mary Evans at Barry docks. Circa 1961

The Barry lifeboat RNLB Rachel and Mary Evans at Barry docks. Circa 1961

Background imageOrganisations Collection: Crew of the Barry lifeboat Arthur and Blanche Harris Frederick Batten and Eric Fry (right

Crew of the Barry lifeboat Arthur and Blanche Harris Frederick Batten and Eric Fry (right) at the tiller on board the boat. Standing left is Mr. Emlyn Davies. 14th March 1970

Background imageOrganisations Collection: Crewmen of the Fishguard and Goodwick Lifeboat: left to right: Ken Bean, Ieuan Bateman

Crewmen of the Fishguard and Goodwick Lifeboat: left to right: Ken Bean, Ieuan Bateman, Noel Murrow, Roy Williams, Jack Jenkins, Glyn Bateman, Richard Fowles, George Bateman and Byron Nichols

Background imageOrganisations Collection: John McDermott, coxswain of the Hoylake lifeboat with crew members Richard Martindale

John McDermott, coxswain of the Hoylake lifeboat with crew members Richard Martindale, Alan Tolley. Steve Armitage and Jeff Kernighan. 4th October 1990

Background imageOrganisations Collection: Blyths new lifeboat Shoreline. Northumberland, North East England

Blyths new lifeboat Shoreline. Northumberland, North East England. Boat number 37-36 Sir Alec Rose, lone round-the-world yachtsman and founder member of the Shoreline membership scheme

Background imageOrganisations Collection: Blyth, Northumberland Lifeboat crew (left to right) Charlie Hatcher (coxswain)

Blyth, Northumberland Lifeboat crew (left to right) Charlie Hatcher (coxswain), Tommy Moss (2nd coxswain), John Scott (motor mechanic)

Background imageOrganisations Collection: Early lifeboat at Cresswell, Northumberland. There were three lifeboats at

Early lifeboat at Cresswell, Northumberland. There were three lifeboats at Cresswell, Northumberland, and it is not clear which boat is pictured here

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The Tynemouth lifeboat Tynesider is lifted into position from where it will

The Tynemouth lifeboat Tynesider is lifted into position from where it will make its journey from The Tyne at Newcastle Quayside to the Town Moor, Newcastle

Background imageOrganisations Collection: Keeping a lookout during exercises of the Barry lifeboat in the Bristol Channel is crew

Keeping a lookout during exercises of the Barry lifeboat in the Bristol Channel is crew member Mr. Emlyn Davies. 14th May 1970

Background imageOrganisations Collection: Carving a wake in the winter grey waters of the Bristol Channel

Carving a wake in the winter grey waters of the Bristol Channel, the Barry lifeboat Arthur and Blanche Harris sets out on an exercise. 13th March 1970

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The new lifeboat Augustus and Laura is named by Lady Frances Osborne at Newbiggin

The new lifeboat Augustus and Laura is named by Lady Frances Osborne at Newbiggin. 24th June 1939

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The Tynemouth Lifeboat Dinghy. Trevor Fryer

The Tynemouth Lifeboat Dinghy. Trevor Fryer, Paul Henderson and David Thompson put an inshore boat through its paces. Picture taken 23rd July 1984

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The new motor lifeboat Robert and Marcella Beck in Plymouth before its naming ceremony in

The new motor lifeboat Robert and Marcella Beck in Plymouth before its naming ceremony in Plymouth, Devon. 3rd July 1927

Background imageOrganisations Collection: Birmingham Press Club Ball, 29th November 1968. At the tombola stand

Birmingham Press Club Ball, 29th November 1968. At the tombola stand, members of the cast of ATV series The Champions, from left, Stuart Damon, Alexandra Bastedo and William Gaunt

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The Teesmouth lifeboat returning to harbour yesterday with the coxswain safe after he was

The Teesmouth lifeboat returning to harbour yesterday with the coxswain safe after he was washed overboard. Picture taken 17th November 1968

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The Holly Island lifeboat Milburn being launched from Holy Island

The Holly Island lifeboat Milburn being launched from Holy Island, Northumberland, on its way to Berwick. She is 45 feet long by 12.5 feet, and has an 80 h.p. engine. Picture taken 13th June 1930

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The James Knott lifeboat sails from Cullercoats on her final voyage

The James Knott lifeboat sails from Cullercoats on her final voyage. Four maroons were fired as she started her three-day trip to an Essex yard for repairs

Background imageOrganisations Collection: A new lifeboat, the Will and Fanny Kirby, launched at Seaham Harbour to replace

A new lifeboat, the Will and Fanny Kirby, launched at Seaham Harbour to replace the George Elmy which capsized with the loss of eight men. 21st September 1963

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The naming ceremony of the new Barry Dock lifeboat the Arthur and Blanche Harris

The naming ceremony of the new Barry Dock lifeboat the Arthur and Blanche Harris, was performed on Saturday afternoon at Barry Docks by Lady Traherne, the wife of the Lord Lieutenant of Glamorgan

Background imageOrganisations Collection: Geoff Nugent (pictured but not id d. Possibly the man on the right as he looks like

Geoff Nugent (pictured but not id d. Possibly the man on the right as he looks like the team leader) and his crew aboard the Guide Friendship (serial number B - 514) inshore lifeboat

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The South Shields lifeboat Bedford. Bedford

The South Shields lifeboat Bedford. Bedford, had been in operation since 1886, (86 years old in 1968) but is being pictured here being hoisted onto a lorry and taken 340 miles away to rest in Exeter

Background imageOrganisations Collection: Silhouetted against the waters of Moelfre Bay, Anglesey, Wales

Silhouetted against the waters of Moelfre Bay, Anglesey, Wales, Captain Evans watches from the lifeboat house as the crew practice a launch. 20th June 1969

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The Tynemouth lifeboat Henry Frederick Swan. The Henry Frederick

The Tynemouth lifeboat Henry Frederick Swan. The Henry Frederick Swan lifeboat was built in 1918. and was 41.80 feet (12.75 m) long

Background imageOrganisations Collection: Coxswain of the Barry Lifeboat Mr. Frank Tinsley watches the life line land on the rocks

Coxswain of the Barry Lifeboat Mr. Frank Tinsley watches the life line land on the rocks of the Barry shore after he had fired the rocket carrying the line set up a breeches buoy during an exercise

Background imageOrganisations Collection: Former Ark Royal skipper Rear Admiral Wilfred Graham (second from left

Former Ark Royal skipper Rear Admiral Wilfred Graham (second from left) and secretary Stan Green (third left) with lifeboatmen at Newbiggin as they inspect the new Atlantic 21 semi inflatable inshore

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The first lifeboat, The Original built by Henry Greathead of South Shields in

The first lifeboat, The Original built by Henry Greathead of South Shields in 1789. The history of the first ever LifeBoat from https

Background imageOrganisations Collection: Coxswain of Mumbles Lifeboat Derek Scott, aged 43 of Mumbles Road, Southend

Coxswain of Mumbles Lifeboat Derek Scott, aged 43 of Mumbles Road, Southend, Gower pictured with the RNLI rescue craft at Mumbles Head. 14th August 1972

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The crew of the city of Bradford III at Humber Lifeboat Station at Spurn Point

The crew of the city of Bradford III at Humber Lifeboat Station at Spurn Point on the Humber Estuary in East Yorkshire. They are front coxswain Robertson Buchan

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The Northumberland lifeboat Lizzie Porter, which entered service at Holy Island in 1909

The Northumberland lifeboat Lizzie Porter, which entered service at Holy Island in 1909 until 1925 before moving to North Sunderland where stayed until 1936

Background imageOrganisations Collection: St. Abbs new lifeboat the J. B. Couper of Glasgow takes to the water after

St. Abbs new lifeboat the J. B. Couper of Glasgow takes to the water after
St. Abbs new lifeboat the J.B. Couper of Glasgow takes to the water after the official launching and naming ceremony by Mrs. W.F. Turner of Glasgow. 20th July 1950

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The Cullercoats lifeboat Sir James Knott arrives at North Shields with a

The Cullercoats lifeboat Sir James Knott arrives at North Shields with a damaged bow. SIR JAMES KNOTT was built as an Oakley twin screw motor lifeboat by Groves

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The new lifeboat City of Leeds arrives at Redcar, North Yorkshire

The new lifeboat City of Leeds arrives at Redcar, North Yorkshire. The official launch ceremony for the Royal National Lifeboat " City of Leeds" at Redcar was in August 1951

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The Number 1 lifeboat of Padstow Station, the Joseph Hiram Chadwick

The Number 1 lifeboat of Padstow Station, the Joseph Hiram Chadwick, seen against a backdrop of typical Cornish cottages before putting to sea. 1st October 1954

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The rescuers of the Teesmouth lifeboat (left to right) Peter Race, Bob Easton

The rescuers of the Teesmouth lifeboat (left to right) Peter Race, Bob Easton, Roy Copeman, Chris Jones, Tony Jameson and John Race. Picture taken 26th January 1986

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The Newbiggin lifeboat Richard Ashley is hauled back to its shed after a rescue attempt

The Newbiggin lifeboat Richard Ashley is hauled back to its shed after a rescue attempt off the Northumberland coast. 16th May 1962

Background imageOrganisations Collection: Inaugural ceremony of the new Bembridge, Isle of Wight lifeboat Jesse Lumb

Inaugural ceremony of the new Bembridge, Isle of Wight lifeboat Jesse Lumb. Photo shows the Right Rev. Lord Bishop of Sailsbury Dr. Ernest Neville Lovett C.B.E, D.D

Background imageOrganisations Collection: Launching of the Cromer lifeboat H F Bailey. 10th June 1935

Launching of the Cromer lifeboat H F Bailey. 10th June 1935

Background imageOrganisations Collection: New Inshore lifeboat at Hartlepool Lifeboat Station. 27th April 1972

New Inshore lifeboat at Hartlepool Lifeboat Station. 27th April 1972

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The old South Shields lifeboat Tyne built in 1833

The old South Shields lifeboat Tyne built in 1833. The Tyne Lifeboat, the worlds second oldest lifeboat in existence and one of the North Easts most important examples of maritime heritage

Background imageOrganisations Collection: A new rescue craft was tested today at Littlehampton for use as auxiliary

A new rescue craft was tested today at Littlehampton for use as auxiliary and small stations to the Royal National Lifeboat Institution

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The 'Lady Launchers'of Dungeness, Kent, have - by tradition - for generations

The "Lady Launchers"of Dungeness, Kent, have - by tradition - for generations
The " Lady Launchers" of Dungeness, Kent, have - by tradition - for generations turned out night and day, in storms and fog, to help launch the lifeboat Mabel. E

Background imageOrganisations Collection: Clacton lifeboat with crew on its way to Barrow Deep

Clacton lifeboat with crew on its way to Barrow Deep lightship with Christmas gifts. 23rd December 1950

Background imageOrganisations Collection: Women pull the lifeboat ashore at Cresswell lifeboat station in Northumberland

Women pull the lifeboat ashore at Cresswell lifeboat station in Northumberland. 14th May 1935

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The launching ceremony of the newly named lifeboat Mary Joicey

The launching ceremony of the newly named lifeboat Mary Joicey. More than 3, 000 saw Newbiggins new £ 45, 000 lifeboat officially named the Mary Joicey on Saturday

Background imageOrganisations Collection: Launched and named by Sir Godfrey Baring, chairman of the RNLI, the Elliot Gill

Launched and named by Sir Godfrey Baring, chairman of the RNLI, the Elliot Gill, new lifeboat for the Runswick station, lies at her moorings in East Cowes

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The crew of the new Tyne class lifeboat Robert and Violet of Moelfre Bay Lifeboat

The crew of the new Tyne class lifeboat Robert and Violet of Moelfre Bay Lifeboat Station in Anglesey, aboard the boat during a familiarisation trial visit to Liverpool for the boat and crew

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The Seaton Sluice lifeboat. 8th June 1974

The Seaton Sluice lifeboat. 8th June 1974

Background imageOrganisations Collection: The largest self-righting lifeboat to be built for the Royal National Lifeboat

The largest self-righting lifeboat to be built for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution, was tested at Portsmouth today. It was the 48ft



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